The leaf and stem mines of British flies and other insects

(Coleoptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera)

by Brian Pitkin, Willem Ellis, Colin Plant and Rob Edmunds



N.B. Not all hosts have common names!
Hair-grass Hairy Buttercup Hairy Finger-grass Hairy Greenweed
Hairy Michaelmas-daisy Hairy Sedge Hairy St John's-wort Hairy Tare
Hairy Wood-rush Hairy-brome Harebell Hare's-ear Mustard
Hare's-tail Cottongrass Hart's-toungue Hawkweed Oxtoungue Hawthorn
Heath Bedstraw Heath Cudweed Heath False-brome
Heath Groundsel Heath Lobelia
Heath Speedwell Heath Wood-rush
Heather Hedge Bedstraw Hedge Bindweed Hedge Mustard
Hedge Woundwort Heliotropes Hemlock Hemp
Hemp-agrimony Henbane Henbit Dead-nettle Hepatica
Herb-paris Herb-Robert Himalayan Cotoneaster Himalayan Honeysuckle
Hoary Cress Hoary Plantain Hoary Ragwort
Hoary Rock-rose
Hoary Stock Hoary Willowherb Hogweed Holly
Hollyhock Holy-grass Honesty
Hop Hornbeam
Horn-of-plenty Horse Mint
Horse chestnut Horse-radish Horseshoe Vetch Hound's-toungue
Houseleek Hungarian Clover Hybrid Black-poplar  

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